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2016 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Costello Ethics Update
October 12, 2016
9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Law School, Hazel Hall, Room 225
Ryan Brown (’06) will provide information regarding ethics of Anti-Money Laundering & Counter Terrorist Financing, an update on technology in the practice of law and current updates on Virginia Rules and Legal Ethics Opinions. The program is open to all attorneys and will be available on campus and as well as webcast. Course materials and a continental breakfast will be provided. The program will be submitted for approval of 2.0 CLE ethics credit hours from the Virginia State Bar.
The program will be presented live and by simultaneous webcast. The cost of the program is $60 for Mason Law alumni and $90 for non-alumni attending in person or $70 for Mason Law Alumni and $100 for non-alumni attending via live webcast. Register here.
Law Community Picnic
October 15, 2016
Noon to 3:30 p.m.
Dean Henry Butler and Paige Butler invite all members of the Mason Law community to celebrate Alumni Weekend and spend the afternoon at their farm in Rappahannock County with fellow alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends. Live music, barbeque, and activities for all ages will be available against a backdrop of beautiful fall foliage. Register Now!
WAYS TO BE INVOLVED:
Law Student and Graduate Hiring Program
Looking for temporary or permanent legal help (paid or unpaid)? Then consider using the free services of the the law school's Career Services Office to attract law students or graduates. Our career development staff will work with you to advertise your needs and can oversee resume collection and interview scheduling. For further information on participating in this program, contact the Career, Academic and Alumni Services Office at 703-993-8020.
Founders Hall Garage: Visitor parking is now open. The rates are set at the prevailing rates for all University visitor garages. Currently the rates are $3/hour with a daily maximum of $14 Monday-Friday. After 5 pm on Fridays and all day on Saturday and Sunday, there is a flat daily rate of $7. Payment methods accepted: cash, coin, Visa/Mastercard, and Founders Hall validations.
GMU Metropolitan Building (3434 Washington Blvd): Visitor parking is allowed only with advance permission from Parking Services at all times. Parking is prohibited without a permit in the GMU leased spaces, and the hourly rates apply only to customers of the retail businesses in the building.
Metered parking is available on the streets around the law school and at the Truland Building (3330 Washington Blvd) on the surface level (located off Kirkwood Road).